Here is a quick list of what the it might look like:
- Application/API - your applications source files, libraries, unit tests, and acceptance tests
- Chef - Your chef repo folder.
- Databags - your chef-vault encrypted databags, along with global variables.
- Cookbooks - all of your application-specific team owned cookbooks.
- Valuestream - the valuestream for your application expressed as code. This can be your Go xml file, or your Jenkins configuration.
- Environment Definitions - definitions of your environments - servers, big ip pools, etc.
- Images - the machine images, or the code needed to build them up.
- Tools/Scripts - Any tools, source code (with tests) or compiled that you depend on.
- Active Directory - Group Policies, groups, user accounts and their properties
- Documentation - all the documentation should live with the rest of this stuff, not in Sharepoint or Confluence.
- Application Backlog - The backlog for this application including user stories, bugs, tasks, etc.
Wonder what else I am missing?